The Mean season: the attack on the welfare state

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Pantheon Books, Jul 12, 1987 - Political Science - 205 pages
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Essays discuss the background of welfare criticism, the attacks of the New Right, and the importance of maintaining the present welfare system

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The Mean season: the attack on the welfare state

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This is a spirited reaffirmation of the humane values of the American "welfare state'' as well as a sharp attack on the Reagan Administration for trying to dismantle the "safety net'' that now ... Read full review


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Holds a Ph.D. in Musicology fro City University of New York where she is currently Co-Director of the Project for the Study of Women in Music.